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Select / HS soccer overload? Advice?

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Select / HS soccer overload? Advice?

Post by Hersoccerdad on 10/02/19, 04:43 pm

Hello,
Curious for those of you that had DD's that went into 9th grade HS soccer and play Select.
Were they able to handle playing the two AND have time for their homework without being
stressed out or having to stay up late on a regular basis to get schoolwork done?

Thanks for the input.

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Re: Select / HS soccer overload? Advice?

Post by mlwfrisco on 11/02/19, 09:34 am

My DD's club team has actually taken a break from practice since December. Allowing her to concentrate on school and school soccer. It has worked out well, but we will see when we start club practice again this week.

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Re: Select / HS soccer overload? Advice?

Post by Lefty on 11/02/19, 11:49 am

Hersoccerdad wrote:Hello,
Curious for those of you that had DD's that went into 9th grade HS soccer and play Select.
Were they able to handle playing the two AND have time for their homework without being
stressed out or having to stay up late on a regular basis to get schoolwork done?

Thanks for the input.

Yes, if they are athletic enough and smart enough.

No sure what the concern is with staying up late to get schoolwork done?

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Re: Select / HS soccer overload? Advice?

Post by Hersoccerdad on 17/02/19, 02:40 am

Lefty wrote:
Hersoccerdad wrote:Hello,
Curious for those of you that had DD's that went into 9th grade HS soccer and play Select.
Were they able to handle playing the two AND have time for their homework without being
stressed out or having to stay up late on a regular basis to get schoolwork done?

Thanks for the input.

Yes, if they are athletic enough and smart enough.

No sure what the concern is with staying up late to get schoolwork done?

She is. Heard another parent saying their dd wouldn’t get to bed till 1 or 2 sometimes because of homework. Didn’t know if that was because of so much soccer and school or maybe just a time mgmt thing.

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Re: Select / HS soccer overload? Advice?

Post by Zizou on 17/02/19, 07:16 am

No, that sound about right. One late night game a week plus select practice and in my DD case early morning high school practices with a academics work load that was extremely tuff made for some late nights , early mornings, and studying most of the weekends. staying up late is to get work done is not a concern, but fatigue and overtraining should be.

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